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committee executives from bank of america, chase, citigroup and wells fargo were invited to testify and the fda seaboard expected to stepped its program to extend checking accounts that exceed the $250,000 deposit limit. >> and keep an eye on lockheed-martin's proposal to the navy. they hope to win a contract for up to 10 navy ships as well as business for five more ships. i'm jane king, reporting for wbal-tv 11 news. back to you, stan. >> thank you. >> well, tonight's show side kick and band side kick he will be leaving for jay leno's side. he says he's ready for a career change. >> well, i've thought about, this and it wasn't that difficult after 18 years of playing america into commercials, i'm going to go somewhere where i can finish a song, man. >> yes! >> eubanks stays recent turmoil between nbc and he willo around conan o'brien had nothing to do with his decision to leave "the tonight show." the former anton schutz show host will be headed to tbs. his new show will air it was a surprise move following a bitter departure. a $45 million exit deal he can't host a new deal before
america, sony pictures, and starbucks, among others. twitter has grown in popularity in the last four years from four million users in 2008 to about 69 million worldwide right now. a new survey from insure.com says maryland has the 17th highest car insurance rate in the nation. the average premium in maryland stand at more than $1,500, about $100 more than the national average. louisiana finished highest with an average premium of a little more than $2,500. the least expensive, maine, where the average premium is just $900. >> mindy, interesting. maryland companies are eyeing fortunes in outer space. jane king joins us live this morning with the bloomberg business report. how are they going to do that? >> hi, stan. boy, good question, right? we'll have more on that in a second, but good morning to you, stan. we have stock futures here this morning looking a little positive for the start of things today. this is largely thanks to better than expected sales at intel. and yesterday, another higher day here, the fourth in a row. earnings optimism boosting technology, industrial, and consu
on to our website, wbaltv.com. >> president obama is taking his pitch to the public, hoping that america will back his plan. a test vote will take place later today. we will have more on the push for financial reform. hold the choice. some california lawmakers are the board of supervisors are banning restaurants from handing out toys with bad meals. kids should not reap a reward from eating too many calories. it will be enforced in 90 days. that brings us to our watercooler question of the day. do you think that getting rid of toys in kids' fast food meals will aid in reducing childhood obesity? e-mail your response to watercooler@wbaltv.com. >> 41 degrees. imagine receiving word that your house looks like this. what happened to one texas family. >> a very large -- these are brilliantly colored animals. it is spectacular but it is not natural. >> the debate over marine merrill's being held captive. details coming up. -- the debate over marine mammals be held captive. >> welcome back. it is 43 degrees downtown at the maryland science center. in the suburbs, the temperatures are much colde
and bank of america. investors continued to eye greece. so far, it is pushing european stocks higher. stock index futures are looking positive on wall street. the dow posted its longest winning streak weekly rally since 2004. there was a new report on new- home sales which boosted thoughts the economy is improving. will sell itself in a deal worth about $700 million. this terminates a previous agreement with another form. they have more than 300 restaurants in the baltimore area. i'm jane king reporting for wbal tv 11 news. >> ok, jane, thank you. a senator is taking not facebook privacy. charles schumer wants the ftc to issue guidelines on how social networking sites use people's private information. he also wants to make it easy for users to withhold private information. >> i am also asking them to say not optd be adopted opt in and out. >> the move makes it easier for people to share information over the internet. >> 52 degrees. we will get another look at your morning commute. >> a heart warming effect as victims, face-to-face with those that saved their lives. >> how would you grade th
players. we're giving it a little bit more variety. >> the rules will remain the same in america. you can apply the new ones to the original board. movie studios are stripping away bonus features. studios are blocking the action to go straight to the main menu forcing viewers to watch all of the previews. mmovie studios hope this will help encourage customers to buy retail the beeddvd's/ . >> the orioles find themselves in themselves1 ru in a r run 1 inning last night. inning last night. >> you like to see consistency from a baseball team, but not when it comes to losing close games. the orioles are 0-2. they lost last night at tropicana field. tejada his first hit of the season. 1-0 advantage. evan longoria has had a bat on fire. 2-1. adam jones with great defense. he keeps the rays off the bases. solo home run 4-2, rays. roberts ends it in centerfield. the orioles go down. 4-3 shares the final score -- is the final score. i am gerry sandusky. hope your day is off to a fantastic start. >> coming up in the next half hour of 11 news today. >> in washington, president obama in prague today
announcer ] savory. fluffy. yummy. sweet! [ female announcer ] splenda®. america's favorite no calorie sweetener. >> another water main break. >> we have seen those three of the summer. we have some closers if you are going to travel on kirk avenue. all lanes are closed with those repairs continuing. southbound 95 coming out of the north. down to 7 miles per hour. there is some overnight construction that takes up the left lane is just prior to the beltway north east. those delays should be filtering out as the construction gets cleared. so far so good on 83. 70 is looking good. a smooth ride on 295. let's look at the north side. we are moving very well over toward providence and beyond. on the west side, no problems other than volume on the outer loop. that is the latest on traffic. now we check on the buses and the train. >> good morning. we have no delays on the brunswick lines. operating on schedule. it water main break is affecting the 36 bus. have a delay on the 40 + that is running 15 minutes late. now back to tony pann. >> good morning. things are pretty quiet on this tuesday.
is on you, me and the rest of america getting these taxes done on time. >> i'm tracy potts, wbal-tv 11 news. >> 44 degrees on tv hill. 5:70. coming up a delaware man is behind bars for using his job skills to capture obscene photos of employees. >> and why an investigating is on hold as we cover the nation. >> and here's a live look at i-95 in white marsh. looks fine there, but that will change as rainbow, why so blue? hmmm, i'm losing energy this morning. did you have a good breakfast? nooo. here, try this, it's under three hundred calories and pretty satisfying. mmmm! tasty! looks like everything is back to normal. fight the morning fade in under three hundred calories. jimmy dean d-lights. shine on. >> and welcome back. it's 10 after 5:00. 48 degrees down at the maryland science center. they have lights on the at the stadium. is there a game we don't know about at 5:00 a.m.? >> a secret game. >> we're going to get a reporter down there right away. could be breaking news. weatherwise there's no breaking news. temperatures to be chilly site. take a light jacket with you as you leave the ho
-tv.com. >> the new rules will be phased in by 2016 requiring cars and trucks on america's roads to get 35.5 miles a gallon. that's a near 50% increase. >> those new standards will be finalizes reducing our dependence on oil and helping folks spend less at the pump. my administration is upholding its end of the deal. >> we're pleased that there is going to be one clear national road map that is going to apply to all 50 states. >> environmentalists stung by the president's drilling news are cheering this. >> i think we'll see 20% less greenhouse gas emissions from vehicles. several are in the pipeline set to save oil. the president said almost two million barrels. >> that is like taking 58 million cars off the road for an entire year. >> it will save drivers in gas money but cost them an extra thousand or so when they buy a car. >> we're asking consumeers to step up with us. it will save them money ultimately and republic help reduce -- and help reduce dependence on foreign oil. >> the new mileage rules be save drives about $3,000 over the life of a car. >> jack young is speaking out following an i
baltimore's basilica, considered to be america's first cathedral. >> 5:07. coming up, a father jumps into a manhattan river to rescue his young daughter. all caught on tape. >> plus a wake-up call for the station of the discovery. details when we "covering the nation." >> a live look at traffic. beltway at harford road so far so good we're never gonna catch anything. patience, son. ah! [ female announcer ] sometimes, you can get so much out of so little. woohoo! [ female announcer ] especially when it comes to charmin ultra soft. its ultra soft design is soft and absorbent. it has so much absorbency, you can use 7 sheets versus 28 of the leading value brand. so your family can get more out of less. mom's never gonna believe this one. [ female announcer ] charmin ultra soft. enjoy the go. >> welcome back. 5:10. 58 degrees downtown. always quiet on this monday morning. a few clouds, but we don't expect any weather trouble there. could be a few showers coming in tonight, but i think we're going to stay dry during the day and unseasonably mild. we're in the low to mid 50's in most spots.
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